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A method for producing three-dimensional isometric images of a conducting radar target from measured ramp response waveforms is tested for the case of nonmutually orthogonal viewing angles. It is found that, in general, image quality is somewhat degraded and several new parameters are introduced, but useful images can still be obtained. Methods for obtaining the new parameters are included as well as other modifications which were developed to enhance image quality. Images of three aerospace-type targets obtained from low frequency scattering data are presented.